Zip Nada Zilch - ZNZ - zipnadazilch.com - declares themselves in their terms and conditions to be a scammer

by Rudolf Faix 27. July 2015 06:41

Zip Nada ZilchYou can compare the site from Zip Nada Zilch (ZNZ) with a mall where you can enter and find a lot of different shops. If one of the shops is a fraudster is not the mall owner guilty. In the case of ZNZ you can only say that ZNZ did not make any background check about the offers in this case. The question is only if they need to make a background check? In any case such a fraudster in their mall makes the reputation of the mall not better and as ZNZ is offering free of charge but only in exchange against your personal data access to this mall they are in any case partly responsible for that what in the mall happens.

ZNZ is operating only in the 50 U.S. states, Canada and UK. As you have to complete some offers before you can earn money by promoting the services from ZNZ are getting only membership requests from people living in the U.S., Canada and UK are getting accepted. Before you sign up with them you should check if the offers on the sites from ZNZ are interesting and suitable for you, because you have to complete between 1 and 20 offers before you are able to promote the services from ZNZ for earning money. The ofered services are not free of charge and can get in sum expensive for you. Nowhere you can get money for free and nobody can spend more money than he earns if he don't like to run into bankruptcy.

In this case even the method, which is described in the member area of Income Jack does not really help you to get a membership at ZNZ because you have to complete some of their offers. For this is the offer from Income Jack a misleading promotion. Here is the description from Income Jack:

For those of you outside of USA, Canada and UK:

ZipNadaZilch was initially intended for affiliates in the USA, Canada and the UK however, if you live outside these areas you might still be able to promote ZNZ, as long as you are in an area served by PayPal.

While ZNZ does not “guarantee” that all international users will be able to refer others to ZNZ to earn “gifts” (referral commissions), they may allow you to do so.

You will need to Contact Them HERE, and simply tell them what country that you are in and ask for permission to exchange one qualified referral for your own qualification. DO THIS BEFORE YOU CREATE YOUR ZNZ ACCOUNT. You need to be “unreferred” at the time of making this request.

Here is a suggested wording for the request that you could send do them. Please vary slightly to fit yourself and edit “[YOUR COUNTRY]” and “[YOUR NAME]”:

— START COPY —-

Hello.

I am located in [YOUR COUNTRY] but I would like to refer USA, CAN and UK users to your http://bigcash.zipnadazilch.com to complete offers.

I have not created my account yet as I was told that users in my location may be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Those that I refer are people that are my email subscribers, all opt-in subscribers who have requested information from me about free online offers or low-cost income opportunities.

Would you please allow me to refer people to you, and provide instructions as to how to proceed?

Thank you so much.

Sincerely,

[YOUR NAME]

 

—- END COPY —-

This would mean that you wouldn’t need to complete the trial offers to qualify… you can’t anyway due to your location.

If ZNZ approves you, you will simply need to refer USA users to earn referral commissions (Or CAN and UK users)

Again, this is not guaranteed. ZNZ has communicated that they do allow this on an individual basis. You do need to contact them first to get “ok” to do so.

If they ask what you will do to promote the offers simply tell them “Personal referrals, via email and personal networking.” There is no point in mentioning IncomeJack because they won’t know what you’re talking about. IncomeJack is simply a system I created to assist you in your personal networking, to save yourself time in explaining and selling. IncomeJack’s process is considered personal networking.

Even if ZNZ agrees with your request you have to complete some of their offers before you are able to promote their service. Actually you would be only in a good shape in this case if you need to register a new domain. In this case you can use their actual offer from Godaddy, which gives you the necessary one point you need for promoting the services from ZNZ. All other actual offers from bigcash.nadazilch.com are more or less only available in Canada, U. S. and UK.

You see the misleading promotion is done from the affiliates of ZNZ with their time-waster videos and not from ZNZ itself. In any case this one which is working with fraudster need not wonder himself that he will get called to be a fraudster too. This fraudster image gets confirmed if you are looking at an example offer from their homepage. It is nothing else than a misleading promotion:

*FEATURED OFFER*
Cinematrix (US, UK)
Watch online

Credit Value:0.10 Credits
Cost:Free!
Credits:Instantly
us uk

If you take a look at the details from this offer then you see that you have to provide a credit card:

Cinematrix (US, UK)


Description: Watch movies on your computer!

Requirements: To receive credit, you must sign up for the trial with a valid credit card. Prepaid/gift cards are NOT allowed.

Note: You must be logged into your account to access/complete offers. You can log into your account from the log-in tab.

This is nothing else than a misleading promotion. An offer is only really free if you don't need to pay something. Trial offers with the deposit of a credit card are not really free because it can happen something to you and you are not able to cancel the offer in time. In this case is ZNZ not better then their affiliates. Here is it even worse because they require for completing the offer a postpaid credit card and they like to play man-in-the-middle during the time you are completing the offer. All the offers found at the website from ZNZ have similar requirements.

My opinion is that everybody is stupid who is using a postpaid credit card on the Internet and he should relocate into a madhouse if he is accepting a man-in-the-middle system during a sign-up process at a website where sensible data are getting transmitted.

The result of their own conditions can get seen at Web Of Trust too. If you take a look at the negative comments about ZNZ at Web Of Trust than you see that others see the risk of identity theft too:

WOT rating from zipnadazilch.com

An Alexa global ranking of 300,000 equals to around 100 - 150 visitors a day for all sites of the domain zipnadazilch.com. Normally you need 1,000 visitors for getting 1 new member.

Alexa ranking of zipnadazilch.com

If we take a look at a Rippoff Report, then we fin a user, which did not understand with whom he made a contract and that ZNZ has been only the promotion agency. What is more interesting is the answer he got and which seems to be from ZNZ (Author: Drew) - the relevant parts are:

To be QUALIFIED to receive money for introducing others to the program, you yourself must participate by getting your "credits." This constitutes taking trial offers yourself and keeping them the alloted amount of time. Which is 80% of the trial period. So let's say that you take a 7 day offer, 7 X .80 = 5.6 days, so you write down on your calendar to do with that offer what you will after 5.6 days but before 7 days, it is not rocket science. OF COURSE the offers encourage you to keep the offer past the end of the trial period, that is WHY they are offereing the trial in the first place.

If you do not cancel the trial before the end of the trial period, you will be charged, that is why it is called a trial period. So... If someone is angry that they were charged, it should not be with ZNZ, they CLEARLY tell you how long the trial period is, they are not trying to fool anyone.

The companies that advertise within ZNZ are seeking real customers, who want to keep their products, but the companies themselves are offering the "trial" so they can't force you to keep it, but understand this...

There is a much greater probablility that someone who actually has a product for a little bit of time, and actually experiences the benefit of the product will WANT to keep it. In reality, you could go out on the internet right now, independent of ZNZ and do one of these trial offers. Let's say a credit report offer of some kind and you could see your credit report pretty much immediately and then you could cancel the offer right away. That is what A LOT of people do, but with ZNZ and to participate with ZNZ, one MUST keep the offer 80% of the time. That is enough time to experience the benefit and make an educated decision as to whether to continue on and become an actual customer.

For the case that the above statement is really a statement from ZNZ then is the fraud starting here. These terms are not written in the FAQ and are not getting found in their Terms and Conditions. Additional is the above statement an instruction how to break the point II/4 of their Terms and Conditions - there is written:

II. OFFERS

  1. ZipNadaZilch does not guarantee that a user will receive credit for any offer. We reserve the right to refuse a user credit for an offer for a variety of reasons, including, but not limited to, lack of appropriate information or fraudulent information.

  2. A user may only receive credit for completing an offer once on any site. Do not complete an offer twice as this is considered fraud.

  3. Users are responsible for ensuring their browser settings have been set properly in order for the offer to be credited.

  4. A user should only complete an offer they are interested in. Completing an offer only to get your free gift is considered fraud.

  5. ZipNadaZilch is not responsible for delays in reporting offer completion or failure to receive credit.

  6. ZipNadaZilch is not responsible for any unknown or unexpected charges that you receive from one or more of our offers. Read the offers terms and conditions before signing up.

  7. Prepaid cards as well as gift cards are strictly forbidden to be used on any offer promoted at ZipNadaZilch – it is considered fraud to do so.

My opinion is the fraud already shown in the first point of these conditions: "ZipNadaZilch does not guarantee that a user will receive credit for any offer. We reserve the right to refuse a user credit for an offer for a variety of reasons, including, but not limited to, lack of appropriate information or fraudulent information."

Additional is the rule I/7 "Accounts may be suspended or closed at any time for any reason based on the discretion of the ZipNadaZilch Network." not conform with any Consumer Protection law, because one of the hidden reasons can be that the consumer is earning too much money.

It does not matter if the site from ZNZ is free of charge or not - even personal data having a value. If ZNZ cannot guarantee for something than their offer is nothing else than SCAM, because how they have declared by themselves they are able to reject crediting you for any newly invented reason without inform you before. It does not make any difference how long the company exists. Their own conditions are declaring them as fraudster. If they have conditions to reject crediting you than they have to list them all. We know that scammers are lazy and for this they are not listing the full conditions for making more income by themselves.

In any case are these Terms and Conditions against the Consumer Protection law of the European Union and UK. UK is a member of the European Union. As much as I have seen until now is the U.S. FTC about such rules not very happy too.

At the point II/7 is ZNZ declaring the usage of prepaid credit cards as a fraud. Maybe someone should inform the credit card companies about this statement and maybe they are taking the proper legal actions against ZNZ. In this case ZNZ would be very fast history.

The terms and conditions from ZNZ are in Europe not valid because of the consumer protection law. Their own laziness and business idea makes the Terms and conditions invalid because they like that the user is even responsible for everything and they are by themselves for nothing responsible. They are even too lazy to inform the users about changes in the Terms and conditions. This gets shown in the remaining Terms and Conditions:

RESPONSIBILITY
In no event will ZipNadaZilch, LLC. be liable for any incidental, consequential, or indirect damages (including, but not limited to, damages for loss of profits, business interruption, loss of programs or information, and the like) arising out of the use of or inability to use this service, or any information, or transactions provided on this service or downloaded from this service, even if ZipNadaZilch, LLC. or its authorized representatives have been advised of the possibility of such damages, or (b) any claim attributable to errors, omissions, or other inaccuracies in this service and/or information downloaded through this service.

INDEMNIFICATION
You agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless ZipNadaZilch, LLC., its employees, agents, licensors, suppliers and any third party information providers to this Website from and against all losses, expenses, damages and costs, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, resulting from any violation of this Agreement or any activity related to your Internet access account (including negligent or wrongful conduct) by you or any other person accessing this Website using your Internet access account.

TERMINATION OF USE
If at any time you wish to not participate on this site, simply discontinue use of your account.

TERMS & CONDITIONS MODIFICATIONS
ZipNadaZilch reserves the right to change its Terms & Conditions at any time. We also reserve the right to change point values of rewards or offers at any time for any reason. Use of the site after such modifications acknowledges and binds a user to the updated agreement.

Changes in the Terms and Conditions have to get announced at least one month before they are getting valid according the consumer protection law in Europe. Hidden changes are making the complete Terms and Conditions invalid!

Not one consumer can get prosecuted if his account is getting hacked by criminals. In such a case the company can get prosecuted for not taking care of their own security and the data of their members. That ZNZ does not delete accounts on request gets shown at "TERMINATION OF USE". Their own behavior is in this case very negligently.

They are oftering in UK their service and even don't know the consumer rights from UK and the European Union. The law cannot get excluded by defining Terms and Conditions. As there are so many rules against the law including the product liability are getting all rules of their terms and conditions replaced by the standard law system. This is the result of their laziness.

For all the above reasons and to protect themselves from their "happy" customers they need to hide their identity even at the domain registration:

Domain Name: ZIPNADAZILCH.COM
Registry Domain ID: 997568851_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.godaddy.com
Registrar URL: http://www.godaddy.com
Update Date: 2014-05-19T06:11:19Z
Creation Date: 2007-05-28T07:28:56Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2016-05-28T07:28:56Z
Registrar: GoDaddy.com, LLC
Registrar IANA ID: 146
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abuse@godaddy.com
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.4806242505
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Domain Status: clientDeleteProhibited http://www.icann.org/epp#clientDeleteProhibited
Registry Registrant ID:
Registrant Name: Registration Private
Registrant Organization: Domains By Proxy, LLC
Registrant Street: DomainsByProxy.com
Registrant Street: 14747 N Northsight Blvd Suite 111, PMB 309
Registrant City: Scottsdale
Registrant State/Province: Arizona
Registrant Postal Code: 85260
Registrant Country: United States
Registrant Phone: +1.4806242599
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax: +1.4806242598
Registrant Fax Ext:
Registrant Email: ZIPNADAZILCH.COM@domainsbyproxy.com
Registry Admin ID:
Admin Name: Registration Private
Admin Organization: Domains By Proxy, LLC
Admin Street: DomainsByProxy.com
Admin Street: 14747 N Northsight Blvd Suite 111, PMB 309
Admin City: Scottsdale
Admin State/Province: Arizona
Admin Postal Code: 85260
Admin Country: United States
Admin Phone: +1.4806242599
Admin Phone Ext:
Admin Fax: +1.4806242598
Admin Fax Ext:
Admin Email: ZIPNADAZILCH.COM@domainsbyproxy.com
Registry Tech ID:
Tech Name: Registration Private
Tech Organization: Domains By Proxy, LLC
Tech Street: DomainsByProxy.com
Tech Street: 14747 N Northsight Blvd Suite 111, PMB 309
Tech City: Scottsdale
Tech State/Province: Arizona
Tech Postal Code: 85260
Tech Country: United States
Tech Phone: +1.4806242599
Tech Phone Ext:
Tech Fax: +1.4806242598
Tech Fax Ext:
Tech Email: ZIPNADAZILCH.COM@domainsbyproxy.com
Name Server: NS1.ZIPNADAZILCH.COM
Name Server: NS2.ZIPNADAZILCH.COM
DNSSEC: unsigned
URL of the ICANN WHOIS Data Problem Reporting System: http://wdprs.internic.net/
>>> Last update of WHOIS database: 2015-07-26T21:00:00Z <<<

 

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Fraud & Scam

WOT - Web Of Trust - a good tool, but you need to use your own brain

by Rudolf Faix 26. July 2015 07:41

WOT - Web Of TrustWOT - Web Of Trust is nothing else than a free browser add-on which combines different warning sources like Malwarebytes, PhishTank, etc. with a community of users which are sharing their experience with websites, online stores, scams, untrustworthy links, etc. With other words it is rating system for websites which cannot get easily influenced or cheated.

Everybody, which likes to find some good sites for business - especially in the MLM and affiliate marketing sector, should use this browser add-on in combination with the other tools I described already at "Tools helping in evaluating the promotion and reality of affiliate networks".

WOT shows a colored traffic light next to website links to tell you which sites people trust for safe searching, surfing and shopping online: green for good, red for bad, and yellow as a warning to be cautious. The icons are shown in popular search engine results, social media, online email, shortened URL’s, and lots of other sites.

An example is shown at the following screenshot:

Sample browsing with WOT - Web of Trust

If you are accidentally opening a site which has a bad reputation you get immediately a warning like shown at the following screenshot:

Site with a bad reputation

From the toolbar you are able to take a look at the rating of a site:

WOT - Web of Trust - Ratings with comments

Following the link "View details and comments", which opens in a new browser-tab, gives you some background information about the reason for the ranking. Not all user are commenting their voting. You should read in any case the positive and negative comments and make your own decision.

Don't forget: Such tools can only help you in making your decision - they cannot hindrance you making a wrong decision.

At least can save this tool a lot of your time, which you spend normally by watching the time-waster videos of the illiterates. You'll get more information about the system and/or offered products from the comments than from the time-waster videos.

 

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Security & Tools

BitGold Inc. - very suspicious - will they burst like a bubble?

by Rudolf Faix 24. July 2015 15:52

First of all BitGold is an official registered company. Only their own marketing, their own presentation on the Internet and the canvassing of their members makes this company very suspicious. Especially the misleading promises by aquiring new members found in the social networks are more destroying the image of a stock traded company than giving them a good reputation.

BitGold tries to be a copy from Paypal with the additional possibility to have a stock of gold. Gold has been from around 600 BC until the First World War the main currency. With other words BitGold tries to secure their members with a stock of gold, which can get used as a currency for payments by using the actual buy and sell prices.

For growing faster by getting more members they try to give you a commission for each new member which you get into the system. Together with their own system of different promotions, commission payments and the greediness and incapability to read of their members leads to misleading promotions by giving false promises. This fail shows that Joshua Crumb and Roy Sebag have a lot to learn about marketing, promotion and how to get and keep a good reputation.

Such a misleading promotion gets found on Facebook:

BitGold is the new and way better BitCoin check it out for yourself you get over $8 to join FREE!! and over $8 each referral that joins free watch the video below and then get your free money by joining http://BitGold.com/r/PHtH8C

Here is the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZknYm6itS_I

see you all at http://BitGold.com/r/PHtH8C

True is like it is stated in the Golden Heart referral program:

Send this unique address to your friends via email, text message, Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn. When a friend signs up using your unique web address they receive 0.025 g ($0.87) grams of Gold and you receive 0.025 g ($0.87) grams of Gold instantly!*

* The Golden Heart(TM) referral program bonus may vary in each region and is subject to change without notice.

The above statement makes a company already unserious. It is like a lottery if you get something or not if you promote their service. As nowhere is written which countries are supported and how much you get for a promotion in each country is it nothing else than a teasing of their own members. They even have all option in this case to cheat. The phrase "The Golden Heart(TM) referral program bonus may vary in each region" looks for me like racism and is for me and in my view nothing else than a scam. As we know are scammers lazy, this company is even too greedy or too lazy for developing a system which is valid for the whole world. They are even too lazy to inform their members by email about some changes in the rules and have written "... and is subject to change without notice". That is for me already a reason for not making business with them. In Europe are such phrases useless and are invalid in front of the law court. A company can even get fined for such rules. Any changes in conditions have to get announced in an acceptable timeframe - mostly one month - before they are getting valid.

Three years ago Joshua Crumb has been a senior Global Metals Strategist at Goldman Sachs in London. All specialists are a more or less chaotic. I think that is the reason why we find the same chaos from their Golden Heart(TM) referral program very well documented in their company structure. That is looking for me more like a haphazard mess instead of a well-planned action:

BitGold has overtaken the GoldMoney platform from the billionaire Eric Sprott. With GoldMoney they bought 150,000 customers and more than 1.5 billion dollars in assets. These must now getting successfully integrated into one platform. At BusinessWire we can read the next change from BitGold Inc.: "The first step will be a name change of BitGold Inc. to GoldMoney Inc., subject to regulatory approval.". With this action they like to use the traditional name and the good reputation from GoldMoney Inc. We will see how long it will take until the reputation from GoldMoney will get destroyed too.

The web-based platform, which got created under the leadership of Joshua Crumb and Roy Sebag, makes the impression like she is still under development - especially if you are taking a look at it in German language. There you'll find a very bad translation of the content with a mix up of English messages and content. Even Google translate makes a better translation of the content.

BitGold bad translation

Especially the preselection of the language in the user section shows us that the site got cheap programmed in Eastern Europe, India or Russia. The possibility to have the site after log-in in English or German language is completely missing:

BitGold offered languages

The next failure on the website gives you the same impression that the Canadian address from BitGold Inc. is nothing else than only a post forwarding service. If you are following the link on the site Missing Golden Heart™ bonus (Last Updated: Jul 21, 2015 09:48AM EDT) at point 6

6. Your friend resides in a country where BitGold is currently not available. Click here to view our list of supported countries.

you'll get the next surprise:

BitGold support center

The above facts and the fact that I even did not get any answer from the customer service gives me the impression that their customers and members are not important - especially if they seem to be from a low wage country. That shows only the limited horizon in thinking from the owners and directors of Bitgold Inc. They seem not to understand that people from Europe and USA are enjoying their retirement time in Asian countries. These kinds of people are normally not really the poor ones.

My experience is that every company, which has been growing too fast, blurted like a bubble. The question is only how their customer and members are getting their gold in the case of a crash and how long it will take? It is much easier to speculate with the money from others as with your own.

 

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Fraud & Scam | Suspicious Sites

4life.com - 4Life Research USA, LLC - very unserious

by Rudolf Faix 21. July 2015 16:54

4life Food SupplementI got at my last article about losing money by participating in the USANA system a comment on Facebook about 4Life Research USA, LLC (4life.com). The comment contained phrases like "how about 4life? have you heard about them? they had a very good system.4ways to earn and very unique! they are a research company", "if you dig on their complan, quite reasonable than any mlm and binary system out there." and "4life is different, very humble and yet generous. Actually you can be a member of without taking out money from your pocket.".

Exact this case shows the difference between promotion and reality. It is true that you can sign-up without paying something but only as a customer without any benefits. For this it does not make any sense to sign-up if you don't like to support them with your personal data. As soon as you like to be more than a normal customer you have to buy from them. It does not matter if you can use their products or not. In this case is already no difference to the other MLM companies which only like to pull money out of your pocket for paying the people on top of the pyramid. Don't forget that you need a lot of people from the base paying for the toys, fun and happiness of the people on the top.

What makes them very unserious?

Take a look at the different prices and packaging from the different parts of the world. You can say now that these are different parts of the world - one is Europe and the other one is an Asian Country and the transport is higher in price. That is not really true the container price is in Asia even cheaper than in Europe. Normally is in Asia everything cheaper than in Europe or USA otherwise are the products nothing else than non-seller. Compare the prices in the table below:

Austria/Europe Philippines

enummi Diamond Kit

  • 1 Entrepreneurial Kit w/D4L bag (English/German)
  • 2 Transfer Factor Tri-Factor (single)
  • 1 4Life Transfer Factor® BCV (120 Kapseln)
  • 1 4Life Transfer Factor® Belle Vie (60 Kapseln)
  • 3 4Life Transfer Factor® Plus Tri-Factor (90 Kapseln)
  • 1 4Life Transfer Factor® Riovida Burst (15 Päckchen)
  • 1 enummi Gentle Facial Cleanser (4 oz)
  • 1 enummi Refreshing Toner (4 oz)
  • 1 enummi Protective Day Moisturizer (1.7 oz)
  • 1 enummi Eye Cream (single)
  • 1 enummi Night Recovery Cream (1 oz)
  • 1 enummi Life C Energizing Serum (single)
  • 1 Transfer Factor ReCall (90 capsules)
  • 1 enummi Intensive Body Lotion NFR (8.5 oz)

400 LP, €460.00 = PHP 22,555.88 = US$ 498.51

Diamond Success Pack 2

  • 6 4Life Transfer Factor Tri-Factor Formula (60 capsules)
  • 6 4Life Transfer Factor Plus Tri-Factor Formula (90 capsules)
  • 1 Compass 2.0
  • 1 Diamond Bag

400 LP, Php35,800.00 = € 727.68 = US$ 788.72

4Life Transfer Factor Plus Tri Factor Formula EU4Life Transfer Factor® Plus™ Tri-Factor™ Formula

4Life Transfer Factor® Plus Tri-Factor (90 Kapseln)

50LP
€ 47.95
PHP 2,351.21
US$ 51.96

4Life Transfer Factor TFPlus USTransfer Factor Plus Tri-Factor

4Life Transfer Factor Plus Tri-Factor Formula (90 capsules)

50LP
PHP 4,584.00
€ 93.18
US$ 100.99

For the case that you'll say now that the compared products are not the same, then take a look at the name at the packaging. There you see that the same product has only another packaging for the same content - only the price is at the Philippines nearly the double from Europe. The funny thing is that the price in the United States - the home country of 4Life Research USA, LLC - is higher than in Europe: $ 61.45! The exchange rate between Euro and US$ got down during the last year. That means the Euro has been coming cheaper, but even this difference does not explain such a price difference. It shows only that the products of 4Life Research USA, LLC are simple overpriced not to mention pure usury.

The national statistics offices tell us the average monthly income. In Austria is the average monthly income € 1,979 (US$ 2,144.68 / PHP 97,039.30) and at the Philippines depending of the region between PHP 19,000 and PHP 20,000 (€ 406.53 / US$ 440.63). You pay in Austria for renting a flat normally more than € 800 (US$ 866.98 / PHP 39,227.61). I have rented at the Philippines a house for PHP 7,500 (€ 152.45 / US$ 165.23).

Can you see now why in the Philippines the product from 4Life Research USA, LLC are non-seller?
While the average European needs to work one week for buying the most expensive starter pack a Philippian needs to work more than seven weeks for it. As there is no possibility to promote the products international (different product names for the same product, different prices for a lot of countries and not all products are in each country available) does it even not make any sense to sign up with 4Life Research USA, LLC from the Philippines or any other country with a similar price-income ratio. The people have in such a case simple not enough money to buying such high priced products.

The same way you get from your first level down-line only 2% but your sponsor gets 25%. This system let you pay a long time before you are able to earn something. That you don't trick the system 50% of the new distributors you enroll have to be in your direct down-line (first level) - there where you earn only 2% from their sales. Such a system is designed for growing fast and financing the upstream people. As soon no more people get enrolled the complete system will crash like each pyramid construction.

The owner of 4Life Research USA, LLC should try their own product "4Life Transfer Factor® ReCall® - Targeted brain support for optimal mental functioning" and revise afterwards their offer. Hopefully they have not used this product already before they have invented their offers.

The domain registration data from 4life.com:

Domain Name: 4life.com
Registry Domain ID: 98224525_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.markmonitor.com
Registrar URL: http://www.markmonitor.com
Updated Date: 2014-10-14T10:03:29-0700
Creation Date: 2003-05-22T00:00:00-0700
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2016-05-22T11:16:00-0700
Registrar: MarkMonitor, Inc.
Registrar IANA ID: 292
Registrar Abuse Contact Email: abusecomplaints@markmonitor.com
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.2083895740
Domain Status: clientUpdateProhibited (https://www.icann.org/epp#clientUpdateProhibited)
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited (https://www.icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited)
Domain Status: clientDeleteProhibited (https://www.icann.org/epp#clientDeleteProhibited)
Registry Registrant ID:
Registrant Name: Tyler Rasch
Registrant Organization: 4Life Research USA, LLC
Registrant Street: 9850 S. 300 W.,
Registrant City: Sandy
Registrant State/Province: Utah
Registrant Postal Code: 84070
Registrant Country: US
Registrant Phone: +1.8015623600
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax: +1.8015623611
Registrant Fax Ext:
Registrant Email: systems@4life.com
Registry Admin ID:
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How you can lose money in Multi Level Marketing by the example of USANA

by Rudolf Faix 20. July 2015 12:49

UsanaThere is no denying that cash is being made at the highest point of the USANA system. In right on time May, USANA Founder Myron Wentz turned into an extremely rich person. He's been at the highest point of the system for a long time, and is a 51% proprietor in the organization. It must be forlorn at the top, in light of the fact that in view of what we can see most partners are not making any benefit by any stretch of the imagination.

To stay dynamic in USANA, you have to burn through 100 points every month, which likens to US$ 117.50 every month or $1,410 yearly. That is as indicated by the USANA associate price list. This cash is your own spending and you don't recover any commission on it, yet the individual who enrolled you may. 

We read through the USANA income disclosure statement, which is in view of information from 2011. The data contained in this archive is exhibited in an arrangement which is predictable with system advertising. The most conspicuous component is a table indicating how much the main 14% of all partners earned in 2011.

Hidden in the fine print at the bottom, it is stated that if all associates are included then:

The average yearly income was $616.72, with nearly one in three earning a check

Would you join a business if your possibilities of winning a solitary installment were under 1 in 3? Regardless of the possibility that you were sufficiently fortunate to win an installment, all things considered, partners who got paid lost $793.28. They spent $ 1,410 to remain active for 12 months and received $ 616.72 in commission. According on their salary divulgence proclamation, USANA won the Network Marketing Today "Best Company" honor 15 years in succession. A framework where 84% of the individuals lose cash may not solid like the "best company" in the business; however they are the best of the three we took a gander at. Losing very nearly $800 a year makes you the best, then why take a gander at the rest?

For later information, we took a gander at the 2014 USANA yearly report. We manufactured the table beneath utilizing information from this yearly report, and also our own estimations: 

USANA 2014 Annual Report
Net Sales: $ 790,471,000
Associates Incentives: $ 349,044,000
Active Associates: 349,000

The numbers tell a natural story. The "direct sales approach" adds an edge of 44.16% to the cost of items. By and large partners lost $410. More than 2 thirds are gaining nothing by any stretch of the imagination. Taking into account the numbers we found in USANAs archives, they may be the best multi-level showcasing organization on the planet. Truth be told, their numbers recommend that 16% of USANA partners made a benefit in 2011. 

 

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